- Columbia considers freeze on some student housing permits Updated: May-02-16 1:45 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - Columbia is considering putting a freeze on new permits for student housing construction until December.
- Missouri man arrested by highway patrol dies at hospital Updated: May-02-16 9:46 am
COLUMBIA, Missouri - Authorities suspect that a central Missouri man who became sick and died after he was arrested had ingested methamphetamine.
- University of Missouri diversity chief returns to law school Updated: May-01-16 11:58 am
COLUMBIA, Missouri - An interim diversity officer at the University of Missouri will be returning to the university's School of Law in the fall.
- Planned Parenthood license topic of Missouri hearing Updated: Apr-29-16 3:15 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - A federal judge for now is leaving in place a preliminary injunction barring the state from revoking Planned Parenthood's license to perform abortions at a Columbia clinic.
- Columbia man charged in death of mother, brother-in-law Updated: Apr-28-16 10:27 am
FULTON, Missouri - A Columbia man has been charged with fatally shooting his mother and brother-in-law in central Missouri.
- Police say 1 dead after north Columbia shooting Updated: Apr-26-16 8:12 am
COLUMBIA, Missouri - Authorities are investigating a deadly shooting in Columbia.
- Mizzou will screen ESPN's Stewart documentary before debut Updated: Apr-21-16 12:06 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - Missouri fans will get a chance to screen a documentary on former men's basketball coach Norm Stewart before it debuts on the SEC Network.
- Islamic school and community center in Columbia delayed Updated: Apr-20-16 5:26 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - The future of a planned Islamic school and community center in Columbia is uncertain.
- MU graduate students vote to unionize Updated: Apr-20-16 11:27 am
COLUMBIA, Missouri - University of Missouri graduate student workers have overwhelmingly voted to unionize.
- Man pleads guilty to making online threats toward Mizzou Updated: Apr-19-16 12:49 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - A man charged with posting threats online last year that he would shoot black students and faculty at the University of Missouri's Columbia campus has changed his plea to guilty.
- Plaque to mark site of Columbia's last public lynching Updated: Apr-18-16 11:37 am
COLUMBIA, Missouri - The site of Columbia's last public lynching will be recognized with a plaque and could eventually become part of a trail highlighting the black history of the community.
- University of Missouri countersues professor in gun lawsuit Updated: Apr-16-16 1:17 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - The University of Missouri is countersuing a law school professor who has asked a court to invalidate the university's ban on firearms.
- Panel OKs skills needed for new Missouri system president Updated: Apr-15-16 10:52 am
ROLLA, Missouri - A committee leading the search for a new president of the University of Missouri system troubled by racial unrest says candidates must have "a deft command" of communications and public relations.
- Duties of former chancellor Loftin's job at Missouri unclear Updated: Apr-14-16 3:48 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - Former University of Missouri Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin is preparing to move to a new role at the school but details of what he will be doing remain unclear.
- Wilder weather means tricky times for reservoir operators Updated: Apr-12-16 6:39 pm
BOISE, Idaho - Wilder swings in weather patterns in the past decade are making it trickier to keep reservoirs filled for irrigation and power generation while also avoiding the risk of flooding homes downstream, some Pacific Northwest reservoir operators say.
- Study outlines university's economic impact on Missouri Updated: Apr-12-16 4:21 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - The University of Missouri boosts the state's economic output by 25 percent, according to a report commissioned by a school advocacy group released as lawmakers consider the university's appropriation for the upcoming fiscal year's budget.
- 50 University of Missouri-Columbia operations jobs to be cut Updated: Apr-12-16 12:32 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - The University of Missouri department tasked with cleaning, maintaining and fixing buildings on the Columbia campus is eliminating 50 jobs.
- University of Missouri to close 2 more residence halls Updated: Apr-11-16 10:50 am
COLUMBIA, Missouri - The University of Missouri says it's planning to close two more dorms on the Columbia campus because of a drop in residency.
- Mizzou graduate student workers to vote on unionization Updated: Apr-08-16 6:23 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - University of Missouri graduate student workers are planning a vote on whether to unionize.
- University of Missouri nursing school receives $3 million Updated: Apr-08-16 4:37 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - The University of Missouri's nursing school has received gifts totaling $3 million to go toward construction of a new building.
- Mammogram van to give breast cancer screenings in Missouri Updated: Apr-08-16 4:13 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - A new mammogram van is scheduled to visit various Missouri counties this year to give breast cancer screenings.
- National grade inflation trend hits University of Missouri Updated: Apr-07-16 4:06 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - The University of Missouri has seen grades steadily rise, like most colleges and universities across the nation.
- Spike Lee premieres University of Missouri film near campus Updated: Apr-07-16 12:45 am
COLUMBIA, Missouri - A Spike Lee documentary about protests at the University of Missouri this fall, which were spurred by what activists said was administrators' indifference to racial issues on campus, made its premiere Wednesday night at a theater near the campus.
- Missouri sheriff arrested on felony weapons charge Updated: Apr-06-16 5:14 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - A central Missouri sheriff is free on bond after being arrested on charges that he misused a firearm during an incident last month at a tavern.
- University of Missouri nursing school gets $20M for study Updated: Apr-06-16 1:38 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - The nursing school at the University of Missouri has received nearly $20 million in federal funds to expand research that has already reduced hospitalizations among nursing home residents in the St. Louis region.